Melania Trump Reportedly Is About To Write A Memoir About Her Time In The White House
It's not uncommon for celebrities, politicians, and entertainers to write memoirs following a lifetime in the public eye, and it looks like Melania Trump may potentially be another one to write a book about her time in the White House.
Sources who spoke with Page Six this week claimed Melania Trump has been telling people in the White House that she intends on writing a book about her experiences as the First Lady of the United States. Insiders have claimed Melanie is currently holding meetings in which a potential memoir has been discussed.
It's not only her way of telling her side of the story but also a means to make money on her own. The source with Page Six says Donald Trump has also been very encouraging of the idea. Additionally, the insider shared that Melania's story could be big money especially after Stephanie Winston Woloff's "betrayal."
In case you missed it, Wolkoff was at one time a close and personal friend to Melania Trump, but she dropped her memoir, Melania and Me , in September just before the election.
In an essay published on the White House website, Melania put Wolkoff on blast, accusing her of being a "dishonest opportunist" who merely hung off of her for notoriety.
Additionally, Wolkoff released recorded conversations that she had with Melania, to which the FLOTUS responded by claiming they were merely taken "out of context." Melania also accused her of merely trying to "idle gossip" about her character.
Not long after, it was reported that the Justice Department was going to file a lawsuit against Stephanie for violating a non-disclosure agreement. Either way, it's not hard to imagine that many would be interested in reading her book which will help to illuminate some of her own controversial episodes.
For example, Mrs. Trump was all over the headlines back in 2018 after she wore a jacket with the words, "I really don't care, do u?" in response to the media backlash she had been receiving at the time in relation to the "children in cages" controversy.